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 12-09-2007, 23:22 Post: 149141
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I made a fatal mistake buying this tractor because if anything on the electronic side fails you must take it back to the dealer. If a code sets on the computer you must take it in to be cleared even after the repairs of a broken wire is completed. I purchased all the manuals for the unit as which are poor as they were not up to date at the time of purchase. I even asked to purchase the software for my laptop computer no was the answer even for the shop analyzer. I feel I paid the extra price for the electronics at least sell me the tools to maintain the thing. The price of fuel to take it back costs more than the Mickey Mouse computer thatís already been replaced once.






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 12-09-2007, 23:44 Post: 149142
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What happens if the broken wire is fixed and you don't reset the code? Will it eventually clear itself? IMO, any design of consumer equipment should be resilient and not require special intervention after problems are repaired.






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 12-10-2007, 11:58 Post: 149167
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 New Holland has you captured as you can't work on electronics withou

My understanding was that if you disconnected the battery, then completely drained any residual power by shorting the disconnected terminal to the other one it would clear the memory and reset all the codes.

Maybe Tony (oneace) will chime in on this one.

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 12-10-2007, 17:48 Post: 149183
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I have an '02 New Holland TC33D and an '05 NH LS 185.b skid steer. Neither has the level of sophisticated electronics you mention. I will agree NH falls way short on technician training---when my skid steer electronics took a dump a week after I had it, the dealer siad they never had been trained nor had any manuals for it. It ttok them a week to find a bad $15 diode.

What machine do you have?






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 12-14-2007, 20:19 Post: 149322
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Its there no matter how many weeks the battery is undone






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 12-19-2007, 21:00 Post: 149459
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What size tractor do you have and what is the problem you are having?






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 12-19-2007, 22:30 Post: 149461
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Its a TN75 with shuttle shift . I have took it back 3 times for the clutches to be recalibrated and replaced one ECM.I repaired the 4 wheel interlock wires 2 times. Of course it must go back to clear out the fault codes. this is all in with about 350 hrs on the tractor. If I had the NH software I would be able to clear the codes and adjust the shuttle clutches myself. I consider myself faily savy on electronics and PLC controls and not to bad on mechainical repairs as I still have my certs on heavy truck automotive repair.






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 02-10-2008, 17:23 Post: 151217
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 New Holland has you captured as you can't work on electronics withou

One of the mods should move this thread to the right area. I see no complaints about JD or Kubota in the price sections for their boards. This goes on too often in the New Holland Price area.
Thank you






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 02-10-2008, 17:36 Post: 151218
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Moved to NH Reviews. Where is Oneace?






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 02-27-2008, 23:45 Post: 151745
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do you have a tn series tractor?i went to school for that .may be i can help you with your trans issues.i still have all my books .the ones the customer does not get.sorry idont have the scan tool but i can tell what all the codes are.and how to clear most of them.be glad to help if i can.because i love my ford/newholland tractor.i will put it up against any tractor.any time.worked on them for over 20 years






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